Cisco selects Revolabs FLX platform for IP conference phone

Wednesday 20 March 2013 | 06:41 CET | News
Cisco has selected wireless unified communications services provider Revolabs enhanced FLX platform to develop its IP conference phone. Revolabs' FLX digital signal processing platform provides advanced audio technology, echo cancellation and acoustics, as well as Revolabs mobile microphone technology. Powered by Revolabs' FLX platform, Cisco's IP Conference Phone 8831 features dual speaker configuration with four HD compliant microphones and uses a corded dialer. The conference phone is available with three options to expand coverage for larger rooms, a daisy-chain kit to link two base units

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